Point Pinos Lighthouse at Sunset no 1
The Point Pinos Lighthouse is the oldest lighthouse in operation on the west coast, and it has a haunted feel to it. Shorter than the typical lighthouse construction, it sits at the top of a land rise near the Pacific, and yet it needed to be low enough to not disappear into the low-lying cloudbank near the ocean. Typically spiky-hedged Monterey Cypress surrounds it as it stand sentinel on the rocky shores.
© Drew Harbaugh Photography
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